Double-clicking hairpin in palette with list selection causes X number of hairpins to all be stacked at the exact same position
To reproduce, list-select a number of notes, either through the normal method or through the bug described in #62956: Regression in MuseScore 2—clicking note then shift-clicking measure leads to list selection instead of range selection, which this bug often works in tandem with. Double-click a hairpin from the Lines palette.
The bug is particularly obvious if the selected notes cover multiple staves.
Expected result: Ideally, it would be the same as if it were a range selection, but this may be difficult to implement. Alternatively, nothing could happen, or perhaps separate hairpins could attach to each note?
Here's what makes the current situation impossible to abide: the Undo command doesn't work! The only way to get rid of the potentially gigantic number of hairpins on the exact same spot is to click on it/them (it looks like just one), delete it (without, by the way, being able to see that one of them is selected), click the same spot again, delete, click, delete, click, delete… and so on. Using "Select all similar elements in range selection" also does not work.